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08 December 2016

 

Brett Gorvy Leaves Christie's to Partner With Dominique Levy

The pair will form a 'formidable' new art dealing duo. ... read more (external link)

 

08 December 2016

 

Christie's Head of Contemporary Art's Departure to Become a Dealer Demonstrates Art Market Shift.

Longtime Christie's head of contemporary art Brett Gorvy announced on Wednesday that he is leaving the 250-year-old auction house. He will partner with New York- and London-based art dealer Dominique Levy in a venture renamed Levy Gorvy. Here's what we know so far and what it indicates for the art market. ... read more (external link)

 

05 December 2016

Deciphering the Genius of Cy Twombly at Major Centre Pompidou Show

It's hard to believe he was initially rejected by his contemporaries. ... read more (external link)

 

05 December 2016

 

Here's What Sold at Art Basel in Miami Beach 2016.

See the first round of sales from Art Basel in Miami Beach, where buyers have been quick to snatch up some blue-chip works. ... read more (external link)

 

02 December 2016

 

Important Arts Fair Looks for Balance in Miami Beach

Art Basel features work from 269 galleries, including some there for the first time and some who have been given more prominent space. ... read more (external link)

 

02 December 2016

 

US art market reacts to Trump with political work and solid sales

Art Basel Miami Beach opens for business following reassuring New York auctions ... read more (external link)

 

02 December 2016

 

Michael Lutins Art World Horoscope for December

The only thing holding you back is your "fear of flying." ... read more (external link)

 

02 December 2016

 

Trump Alters Vibe at Miami Art Fair Led by Basquiat Sale.

A portrait of Hillary Clinton is set against a now-mournful black background. Canvases are lined with the New York Times edition whose front page announced "Trump Triumphs."... read more (external link)

 

28 November 2016

 

25 Things to See and Do in Miami Beyond Art Basel.

Here's where to go between the fairs. ... read more (external link)

 

25 November 2016

 

Why Sotheby's and Christie's Don't Operate Like Other Duopolies.

Sotheby's is one of two major art auction houses, and it carries one of the most recognizable and valuable brand names in the world. But a tumultuous past pair of years has made it a key locus of art world speculation. ... read more (external link)

 

23 November 2016

 

Marisa Merz: The Sky is a Great Space

"Marisa Merz: The Sky is a Great Place" is the first major retrospective in the United States of works by Italian painter, sculptor, and installation artist Marisa Merz (born 1926), the sole female protagonist of the Arte Povera movement. ... read more (external link)

 

23 November 2016

 

Everything You Need to Know About All 24 Art Fairs at Art Basel in Miami Beach

It's going to be a very long week. ... read more (external link)

 

23 November 2016

 

Marisa Merz: The Sky is a Great Space

"Marisa Merz: The Sky is a Great Place" is the first major retrospective in the United States of works by Italian painter, sculptor, and installation artist Marisa Merz (born 1926), the sole female protagonist of the Arte Povera movement. ... read more (external link)

 

22 November 2016

 

Dispute Over $127.5 Million Leonardo Painting Draws in Sotheby's

Sotheby's joined the long-running dispute over a Leonardo da Vinci painting that has pitted Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev against a Swiss businessman who operates the biggest art storage facilities around the world. ... read more (external link)

 

21 November 2016

 

10 Emerging Artists to Keep on Your Radar

These artists will shape the future. ... read more (external link)

 

20 November 2016

 

Handbags hold a rare attraction for investors.

Chanel bag has risen in value by more than 230% in 12 years. ... read more (external link)

 

18 November 2016

 

Rush of Richters Totals $75.6 Million in Less Than an Hour.

 

Sotheby's sold $75.6 million of paintings by Gerhard Richter in less than an hour, showing a solid market for top works by the prolific artist. ... read more (external link)

 

17 November 2016

 

Allens Jet Painting Sells for $25.6 Million at Phillips Auction

Billionaire Paul Allens painting of a war jet by Gerhard Richter fetched $25.6 million at Phillips on Wednesday in New York. ... read more (external link)

 

17 November 2016

 

Monet Painting Sells for Record $81.4 Million at Christies

Claude Monets grain stack painting fetched a record $81.4 million in New York on Wednesday after a 14-minute bidding war. ... read more (external link)

 

17 November 2016

 

$81 Million Monet Canvas Leads Christie's $246.3 Million Evening Impressionist Sale

Mega-collector Yusaku Maezawa was also back on the scene tonight. ... read more (external link)

 

16 November 2016

 

Eric Clapton's Richter, Record de Kooning Spur Big Returns

Eric Clapton's painting by Gerhard Richter fetched $22.1 million at Christie's in New York on Tuesday, helping the rock star reap a hefty profit on his investment. ... read more (external link)

 

16 November 2016

 

Christies Turns in Solid $277 Million Contemporary Art Sale, Led by $66 Million De Kooning.

Four artists saw new auction records. ... read more (external link)

 

16 November 2016

 

Early Frida Kahlo Painting to Make Appearance at Sothebys Auction After 60 Years in Private Hands

Lucky New Yorkers have a chance to see it before it sells. ... read more (external link)

 

16 November 2016

 

The Top 30 Most Exciting Street Artists Right Now: Part One

 

See who is changing the game. ... read more (external link)

 

16 November 2016

 

De Kooning Painting Fetches Record $66 Million at Christie's.

 

A Willem de Kooning painting fetched $66.3 million at Christie's in New York, more than double the previous auction record for the abstract expressionist. ... read more (external link)

 

15 November 2016

 

Munch "Girls" Painting Sells for $54.5 Million at Sotheby's

Edvard Munch's "Girls on the Bridge" fetched $54.5 million at Sotheby's on Monday as the week of bellwether auctions in New York began. ... read more (external link)

 

10 November 2016

 

What Happens Now? See What Experts Are Saying About the Art Market After Trump’s Win

As financial markets react to Donald Trump’s shocking win in the US presidential election, expert observers are weighing possible outcomes for the art market. ... read more (external link)

 

07 November 2016

 

Will Helsinki Get its Guggenheim After All?

The deputy mayor will present an amended funding plan on Monday. ... read more (external link)

 

07 November 2016

 

5 Key Takeaways From the Auctions in October.

Each month, 1700 auction houses from New York to Timbuktu hold auctions. Data culled from these sales often tell an interesting tale, whether about people finding artwork selling well below its market value or an artist coming to the secondary market for the first time. ... read more (external link)

 

07 November 2016

 

Free to Travel Once More, Ai Weiwei Is Having a Huge New York Moment

Given that it is all but unprecedented for an artist to have four simultaneous gallery shows opening on the same day, it is fair to say that Ai Weiwei is having a New York moment this fall. ... read more (external link)

 

07 November 2016

 

2016 artnet Awards to Launch at Fosun Foundation With Shanghai Gala.

It kicks off Shanghai Contemporary Art Week. ... read more (external link)

 

07 November 2016

 

At Artissima 2016, Galleries Bid for Institutional Attention.

Italy's top fair maintains its flair for the experimental and emerging. ... read more (external link)

 

04 November 2016

 

Asian Billionaires May Help Break Art Market's

With the bellwether art auctions in New York just days away, Christie's is looking East to boost its shrinking business. ... read more (external link)

 

03 November 2016

 

19 Art Galas and Benefits to Get Excited About in November

There's a lot going on before the holidays begin. ... read more (external link)

 

28 October 2016

 

Sotheby's Acquires The Mei Moses Art Indices.

Sotheby's is pleased to announce the acquisition of The Mei Moses Art Indices, which will now be known as Sotheby's Mei Moses. ... read more (external link)

 

27 October 2016

 

Art Demystified: Why Are Some Artists Remembered More Than Others?

Here's what it takes to make it in art history. ... read more (external link)

 

27 October 2016

 

Painting Valued at $26 Turns Out to Be Raphael Masterpiece Worth Millions.

The Madonna was spotted during the making of a BBC TV series. ... read more (external link)

 

26 October 2016

 

Powerful Things We Learned From Marina Abramovic's Memoir

'When it comes to my work, I cast caution to the winds,' she writes. ... read more (external link)

 

26 October 2016

 

Modigliani Buyer Liu Yiqian Snaps Up New York Real Estate - For Cheap

The billionaire feels he got "a good price." ... read more (external link)

 

26 October 2016

 

Museo del Prado Opens First Ever Exhibition Dedicated to a Female Artist.

The 200-year-old institution hosts the work of Flemish painter Clara Peeters. ... read more (external link)

 

26 October 2016

 

Texas Couple Pledges Art Collection to the Musee D'Orsay

PARIS - Two art collectors from Texas, Marlene and Spencer Hays, have pledged the Musee d'Orsay the largest foreign collection of art to be donated to France since World War II - more than 600 masterworks including works by Pierre Bonnard, Edouard Vuillard, Amedeo Modigliani and Henri Matisse. ... read more (external link)

 

26 October 2016

 

Paul Allen Said to Be Seller of $35 Million Richter Jet Painting.

Billionaire Paul Allen could triple his investment when his Gerhard Richter painting of a jet fighter hits the auction market for as much as $35 million. ... read more (external link)

 

25 October 2016

 

artnet News Names the 100 Most Collectible Living Artists.

Which living artists dominate the auctions? ... read more (external link)

 

24 October 2016

 

Edvard Munch's "Girls" May Fetch $50 Million at Sotheby's Sale.

Four years after Edvard Munch was crowned the most expensive artist at auction, the Norwegian painter will take center stage again in New York next month. ... read more (external link)

 

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